Can you leave what you know and are used to for the adventure of unfamiliar territory? Moving to a life sustained by what's in the garden and pantry vs the local Kroger or Wal-Mart is not easy. But like Isrealites led out of Egypt into the Promised Land~ there is something better out there...
So here it goes, grab a shovel, some jars, and most importantly some imagination, cause I'm leaving Egypt.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
So 3 weeks ago my Buff Orpington started acting funny. She would puff up like a turkey if anyone came near and was spending alot of time in the nest box. At the same time we made the decision to re-home our Buff Orpington Rooster BIG Al. He had become a bit of a pain and I was intimidated by him. The day after BIG Al went to his new home, Wilma went broody. She stayed in her nest box for 24 hours, so we gave her some eggs to sit on. New to chickens I didn't know what to expect, certainly not her complete devotion to the project. She only left the nest box twice that I saw. Yesterday when I checked on her I heard that familar "Peep PeeP" sound. Today we have 5 new chickies, and are waiting on the last 2 eggs to see if they hatch. They are so precious!